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FAQ

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Consignment is a trading arrangement in which a seller sends goods to a buyer or reseller who pays the seller only as and when the goods are sold. The seller remains the owner (title holder) of the goods until they are paid for in full and, after a certain period, takes back the unsold goods. Also called sale or return, or goods on consignment.

Just send us your biography and photographs of your collection with your price ranges included. If we think Neighbourhood Store can help put you on the map we will get back in touch and discuss the finer detail.

  • Vintage, pre-loved, used items - All these items are sold as seen.
  • New items can be returned in exchange for a credit note with a valid receipt. Returns must be made within 7 consecutive days of purchase. Items must be unused and have the original packaging & price labels on.

Without our sellers there would be no store. That is why we will do all the leg-work for you. We promote your items through our website and across various social media platforms to ensure your products get maximum exposure and drive buyers into the store.

The key message for everyone involved is that they don’t have to give up their day jobs; we really are creating an exciting opportunity for people to really give trading ago. We will place a strong emphasis on recycling, re-using and sustainability and will be seeking like-minded people going forward into the future of Neighbourhood Store.

We are in a prominent position on the Shoreham High Street, we will be hosting various events outside of shop opening hours from live ping-pong matches to pop up exhibitions.

Second-hand shopping ensures your money stays in the community where it can benefit local businesses and charities. Shoreham has seen an increase in shops, both charity and second hand which have made it the place people visit outside Brighton for vintage finds at reasonable prices. This has created a footfall of visitors which we think Neighbourhood Store will only enhance.

Buying used goods cuts down on manufacturing demands and keeps more items out of the landfill! Because a large amount of man-made goods are routinely thrown away, re-using gives a longer life to common household items another family could use, saving the Earth in effect.

The act of recycling not only enables us to feel good about our actions but, again, keeps money in the local economy and supports the green living movement.